Eberly Library explores the past

Staff and students dive into Greene County's history

Eberly library is a hotspot for many. Whether it be for class, books or the computer lab, it has a little bit for everyone on campus. Recently the library’s staff and students have started new projects after discovering part of Greene County’s history. Senior and library staff member Brendon Stead explained what exactly was found. … Continue reading

Waynesburg University students get creative for Innovation Challenge

Video Courtesy of WCTV This month, Waynesburg University hosted its third annual Innovation Challenge, which is a competition designed to encourage creativity and innovation among students. Due to COVID-19, the format of the challenge has changed slightly.  “The first two years, we did things a little bit differently,” Melinda Walls, Stover Chair of Entrepreneurial Leadership, … Continue reading

RAs continue programming during pandemic

During a normal school year at Waynesburg University, students living in the residence halls could expect their resident assistants to plan events for them. This school year has been anything but normal, but the RAs are still hard at work to make the residents’ stay more fun.  RAs are still planning events and programs for … Continue reading

Criminal Justice Club adapts to pandemic changes

COVID-19  has been the talk of most social media outlets, so it is no surprise it is relevant to the setbacks of the Waynesburg University Criminal Justice Club. It has limited lives severely, not only going grocery shopping or social lives but also networking and making connections in careers. Nothing is the same. The Criminal … Continue reading

Campus ministry adapts to COVID-19 restrictions with virtual chapel

Video courtesy of WCTV With COVID-19 guidelines restricting large gatherings, Waynesburg Campus Ministry had to make a change. Typically, students and faculty would pack Roberts Chapel every Tuesday at 11 a.m. for chapel worship service. However, chapel has gone virtual in response to the ongoing pandemic. “It’s definitely been a challenge and it’s different,” said … Continue reading

Upper Room Returns to Worship Nights in Style

Upon students’ return to campus, Upper Room started up their worship nights as usual; they had their first worship night of the semester outside. Normally, they would continue weekly worship nights in Roberts Chapel on Sunday nights, but due to COVID-19, their new normal will be outside for the rest of the semester. “I think … Continue reading

Student Senate Election Results

A closer look into the elections tent

The executive board elections results were announced last week on Friday Sept. 11 after student voting on Wednesday Sept. 9, and Thursday Sept. 10.  The 2020-2021 Student Senate executive board: -President Luke Diel -Executive Vice President Scott Rykala -Social Vice President Isaiah Skeete -Academic Vice President Elliott Kimball -Treasurer Tyler Wright -Secretary Andrew Hreha With … Continue reading

Service Learning During the Pandemic

How Waynesburg University Service Learning classes are adapting

Service Learning has taken a new direction at Waynesburg University for the fall semester of 2020. SLR 105 is a service-learning credit that every student is required to take before they graduate, completing 30 hours of service with a non-profit organization. The dilemma for this school year, however, is that service hours can only be … Continue reading

Residents Assistants Adapt to New Guidelines

What it looks like to be a RA during the pandemic

In an effort to make Waynesburg as safe as possible the university has adjusted the way that resident assistants operate. Riley Holsinger, resident assistant for Willison Hall,  expressed how RAs coming into contact with more resident students than most has changed their door policy.  “As RAs we’re really not supposed to go door to door … Continue reading